Fans of the crafty Lara Croft won't get their hands on the adventurer's recently announced origin story for some time, but those wishing to relive the older stories can pick up a remastered collection in just two months.
Sony has confirmed that the Tomb Raider Trilogy will drop on March 22 (as suggested by an Amazon product listing), exclusively on the PlayStation 3. The bundle will include Tomb Raider: Underworld, as well as high-definition remastered versions of Tomb Raider: Anniversary and Tomb Raider: Legend. Additionally, the Tomb Raider Trilogy will include (also as suggested) Lara Croft and Viking Thrall avatars for use in Sony's PlayStation Home, as well as a static Lara Croft-minded theme for the PS3.
The pack will join the trilogy ranks of the Sly Collection, which was released on November 9, and the Splinter Cell trilogy, also due out March 22. There's also still the possibility of a Prince of Persia three-pack, although the likely games in that rumored compilation--the Sands of Time trilogy--have already been released as stand-alone downloadable titles on the PlayStation Network.